When I reviewed the first issue of Orphans of the Impact Winter recently, I noted that it was a unique and engaging story; though melancholic and somewhat harrowing in parts – with imagery and subject matter that really hits you in the gut – ultimately, it feels like a testament to the human spirit. It’s a tale of the unbelievable strength and resilience we humans can muster, in order to continue fighting against impossible odds.

Writer Lee A. Carlisle, artist Ross Carlisle and colourist Marina Goncalves crafted a compelling story wrapped in colourful, retro-futuristic imagery that’s contrasted with the harsh reality of a world beset by tragedy.

The crowdfunding campaign for softcover versions of the comic’s first five issues is now live on Kickstarter – so if you want a way to get hold of these gorgeous comics in a physical format, this is your chance!

Not only can you pledge for a copy of the softcover book, but there are a number of tiers, with some cool extras on offer – one even gives backers the opportunity to design a monster in collaboration with the creators!

You can check out the Kickstarter campaign page right here.

It’s also worth noting that the entire first issue is available for free on the comic’s official website here – and I’d urge you to check it out for yourself. If you like what you read, do consider supporting the crowdfunding campaign to help Orphans of the Impact Winter come to life.

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